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bread cheese roll recipe with step by step pics – easy to prepare baked cheese bread roll with a cheesy spiced potato stuffing. this is a healthy version of baked bread roll.

i make these delicious cheese bread roll as a quick snack at times. on days, i prefer to bake rather than saute or fry. baking is better as i just need to place the food in the oven and let it bake or grill.

this recipe of bread roll shared here is  just a basic method and you can choose the filling you want. i usually go for the classic potato-cheese combination. sometimes i also add some boiled peas or cooked carrots or green beans in the filling. you can choose the veggies you want. you can also go for the flavors you prefer by using your choice of herbs and spices. this recipe is good for kids as its low on the spice quotient.

in case you might be interested in the fried version, then you can check this recipe of fried bread roll.

serve these crisp golden cheese roll as an evening snack or as a brunch with tomato ketchup or coriander chutney. they also make for a good starter snack.

if you are looking for more baked snacks recipes then do check:

bread cheese roll recipe below:

baked bread rolls recipe
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baked bread cheese roll recipe - easy to prepare cheese bread roll with a cheesy spiced potato stuffing.

course snacks
cuisine world
prep time 20 minutes
cook time 15 minutes
total time 35 minutes
servings 3
author dassana

ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)

  • 9 to 10 bread slices - whole wheat or brown or white bread
  • 1 medium to large potato Or 125 grams potatoes Or ½ cup chopped boiled potatoes
  • 50 grams cheese Or ½ cup tightly packed cheese - cheddar cheese or processed cheese
  • ¼ to ½ teaspoon black pepper powder (kali mirch powder)
  • ½ teaspoon cumin powder (jeera powder)
  • 1 tablespoon chopped coriander leaves (dhania patta)
  • 1 to 2 pinch salt
  • butter at room temperature as required
  • oil as required for brushing the bread roll

how to make recipe?

preparation for bread cheese roll recipe:

  1. first boil 1 medium to large potato till its completely cooked. peel, chop and keep aside.
  2. mash the potatoes when they are still warm.
  3. then grate 50 grams cheese. you could use any cheese like processed cheese or cheddar cheese. in cup measurement, you should get 1/2 cup tightly packed grated cheese.
  4. add the grated cheese, 1/4 to 1/2 tsp black pepper powder, 1/2 tsp cumin powder and 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves to the mashed potatoes. also add a pinch or two of salt.
  5. mix very well and keep aside. thinly slice the edges from the bread.
  6. with a rolling pin, flatten the bread slightly. apply a light pressure. if rolled too much then the bread slice tears.
  7. spread a thin layer of butter on the slices.
  8. take 2 tbsp of the potato-cheese stuffing and place it on one side of the bread.
  9. brush some water over the four edges of the slices. you can also dip your fingertips in water and moisten the edges.
  10. now gently cover the bread slice and press the edges to form a rectangular roll. you can also moisten your fingers with some water and then press.
  11. prepare cheese rolls this way and place on a baking tray. no need to grease the tray. lightly brush some oil on the rolls. don't brush too much oil as the bread absorbs a lot of oil at room temperature. just brush lightly.

making bread cheese roll:

  1. bake cheese roll in a preheated oven at 200 degrees celsius/390 degrees fahrenheit for 10 to 12 minutes or till the bread cheese roll become golden and crisp. 

  2. as oven temperatures vary, do keep a check while baking.

  3. once done remove  cheese roll from the oven.

  4. serve these bread cheese roll hot or warm with some tomato ketchup or coriander chutney.


how to make bread cheese roll recipe:

1. first boil 1 medium to large potato till its completely cooked. peel, chop and keep aside.

potatoes for baked bread rolls recipe

2. mash the potatoes when they are still warm.

potato for baked bread rolls recipe

3. then grate 50 grams cheese. you could use any cheese like processed cheese or cheddar cheese. in cup measurement, you should get ½ cup tightly packed grated cheese.

cheese for baked bread rolls recipe

4. add the grated cheese, ¼ to ½ tsp black pepper powder, ½ tsp cumin powder and 1 tbsp chopped coriander leaves to the mashed potatoes. also add a pinch or two of salt.

spices for baked bread rolls recipe

5. mix very well and keep aside.

for baked bread rolls stuffing

6. thinly slice the edges from the bread.

bread for baked bread rolls recipe

7. with a rolling pin, flatten the bread slightly. apply a light pressure. if rolled too much then the bread slice tears.

bread for baked bread rolls recipe

8. spread a thin layer of butter on the slices.

butter for baked bread rolls recipe

9. take 2 tbsp of the potato-cheese stuffing and place it on one side of the bread.

stuffing for baked bread rolls recipe

10. brush some water over the four edges of the slices. you can also dip your fingertips in water and moisten the edges.

water for baked bread rolls recipe

11. now gently cover the bread slice and press the edges to form a rectangular roll. you can also moisten your fingers with some water and then press.

making baked bread rolls recipe

12. prepare cheese rolls this way and place on a baking tray. no need to grease the tray. lightly brush some oil on the cheese rolls. don’t brush too much oil as the bread absorbs a lot of oil at room temperature. just brush lightly. the bread i used was crumbly and not easy to roll. if there are tiny gaps then no issues.

baking bread rolls

13. bake cheese roll in a preheated oven at 200 degrees celsius/390 degrees fahrenheit  for 10 to 12 minutes or till the bread cheese roll become golden and crisp. as oven temperatures vary, do keep a check while baking.

baked bread rolls

14. once done remove from the oven and serve these bread cheese roll hot or warm with some tomato ketchup or coriander chutney.

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58 thoughts on “cheese roll recipe | bread cheese roll recipe | cheese bread roll recipe”

  1. hi…
    baked bread roll is very yummy.
    everyone said kha se mangwaya.
    and this comment stand me high on the top..
    thanks amit thanks a lot…..

  2. Could I prepare the rolls and freeze them, so that I can use them when required? Or would they become soggy?

  3. Hi may I knw if this recipe can be tried out in the microwave as I don’t have an oven

  4. Delicious roll but instead of roll I made it flat as while rolling they broke out dnt know why. .. …Some how manage to arrange them ..They came out really well … I used capsicum and cabbage for filling no cheese as it was my first try …but I m happy with the result …I will make them again in the evening wen my husband vl b back frm office with cheese filling …. u r superb dasanna … wenver i crave for something ur website help me alot …. I I have made many Recipies with your help …yesterday I made cookies third time as previously they got burned …was very scared but they cme out well nd m soo encouraged for baking that today I made bread roll …many baking recipies lined up for next week ……I m enjoying cooking. ..all thanks to you. .

    1. thanks meeti for the feedback. depending on the quality of bread, the slices can be rolled easily or not so easily. any mix veg filling goes well with these rolls. i am so glad that the recipes are helping you. i also get scared like you after a baking disaster. i also have them at times. today i also made my tried and tested choco chip muffins. after some trials and disasters i have got an eggless recipe correct. once the experiment was so bad, that i had to discard all the muffins. the baking powder ditched me. with some hesitation i tried making muffins again and they turned out good. so all these things do happen. planning to add some more baking recipes 🙂

  5. hi mam,i made these bread rolls ..but it tasted more like a toast….why ?and if we make any cookies with refined oil instead of butter or ghee then what procedure will be followed ?should we beat oil and sugar first then add in dry ingredients or any other procedure ?

    1. shuchi, the bread must have got too much bake and toasted, hence the toast like texture. for cookies made with oil, depending on the recipe & ingredients you can make changes. one method is to rub oil in the flour like how we do for kachori or samosa. second method is to just mix the powdered sugar with oil. third is to mix everything and make the cookie dough.

  6. mam,before baking anything what should be the preheating time ?or its vary with the recipe ?

    1. generally its 10 to 15 minutes for most baking recipes. variations are for some kind of bread and pizzas which required a more longer preheating time.

  7. mam,why is this not necessary to grease the tray and also oil brushing has to be done only at top na ?and if using black tray still then too no need of greasing ?

    1. no need of greasing as the bread won’t stick on the tray. if it was raw dough then there would have been a possibility of sticking on the tray. brushing oil has to be done on the top and side. bottom no need.

  8. is this completely safe to use ovenproof aluminium trays and other utensils in any otg ?

    1. most baking proof trays can be used in any OTG. but the pan or tray has to be meant for baking. a tray or pan not meant for baking, cannot be used in any oven.

  9. Hi mam, currently i have only black baking tray meanwhile i m planning to purchase an aluminium tray which will give more better results…from where i can get this ?and now if i plan to make these bread rolls on my black tray then what the temperature and time should be set for baking and also the same for preheating the otg as u mentioned that black tray works so quickly…plz reply to this…..

    1. shuchi, aluminum trays can be got from a local shop which sells baking cookware. you should also be able to get them in super stores. just reduce the temperature to 15 to 20 degrees less and bake. timing also will reduce, but for that i cannot tell how much. you will have to keep a check. for preheat also reduce the temperature to 15 or 20 degree less but the time for preheating will be same.

  10. Hi..i love ur site.its amazg to learn frm u.i hv been tryg ur delicacies,til nw dey turnd out gud.Bt i wanna learn baking.i hv zero knwledge of microwave ovens.Plz help me in ds regard.ihv a microwave wich does nt show temperature!!! Preheatg option als nt available. Can u help me hw to bake.Im newly married n tryg ur recipez at my mom- in- laws plce n dey al r lovg it..Thanks to u.
    Als i wanna subscriber bt how???
    Waitg fr ur respondse.THANKU

    1. thanks nitha. if the oven is not showing any temperature, then the oven does not have the convection option. so you won’t be able to bake in this oven. but you can try cakes in the microwave mode. for this the recipe will be different and you will get microwave cake recipes on google. you can subscribe to get mails using this feedburner subscription link – https://feedburner.google.com/fb/a/mailverify?uri=VegRecipesOfIndia&loc=en_US or you can use any of the popular social media and subscribe.

      1. Hello..thanks for the response. I always follow your recipes, truly you are amazing n I’m recommending all my friends to learn from you.I’m in love with your food and the pictures are too yummy.
        Now that I’m learning baking I wanted to request you to post baked Donuts and the fried version too + with pictures will be icing on the cake..
        Thanku once again and happy health.Nitha

        1. welcome nithaa and thank you. there are some recipes i have got many requests and donuts happen to be one of them. and yes i have also got request for the fried version. hopefully before diwali, i plan to add the most requested recipes.

  11. if we dont have the pastry brush currently available to spread some oil on the bread rolls…how can we substitute that ?

  12. Made these bread rolls for today’s brunch. Also added onions and capsicum in the mixture. These bread rolls are much tastier and healthier than the ones we get in market. Thanks Dasanna for the wonderful and easy-to-make recipy 🙂

    1. they are a healthier version. in fact various stuffings can be added. even a simple potato-peas-carrot stuffing tastes good. thanks ritu for this positive feedback.

    1. yes you can bake these bread rolls in the convection mode. use the same temperature as mentioned in the recipe. the timing will vary and will be quicker.

  13. Seems to be a great recipe for kids. I’ll surely make it for my kids.
    Can I use mozzarella cheese instead of cheddar cheese? And this I ask other recipes that use cheddar cheese

    1. thanks sonal. yes you can use mozzarella cheese instead of cheddar cheese. if you are making cheese biscuits or straws then you have to use cheddar or processed cheese. otherwise in most recipes you can add mozzarella cheese instead of cheddar cheese

  14. Hi,

    Very easy n tasty receipe. Can I keep the rolls in fridge before baking? For how long (how many days prior) can they be kept in fridge incase i need to bake them fresh in a large quantity but not on the same day??

  15. Hi Dassana
    your recipes are tasty as well as easy to make.
    can you please post the recipe of spring rolls?
    thanks and regards
    Anushka

  16. Hi,Dasanna,your recipes are very easy to understand.what wrack to keep these bread rolls.i assume that you have used the middle wrack.

  17. Hi Dassana, just saw this recipe and wanted to let you know that I made a version of this on the sandwich maker yesterday. The filling I used is the left over paneer burji which you have on your site. Followed the paneer bhurji recipe to the T except added a bit of red bell pepper and dry mango powder(amchur)

    Both the sandwiches and paneer bhurji turned out extremely well. Your site has become my go to option whenever I am searching for a recipe . Planning to adapt your paneer tikka recipe to make chicken tikkas.

  18. Hi dassana, how are you? This recipe is very simple. I have to try this recipe today’s evening. Thanks for sharing a good recipe. Everyday I am learning from you a lots of different types of recipes. That’s really great. can you share some simple types of pastries? That’s just a request to you. I am eagerly waiting for your reply .

    Thank you. Take care.

      1. Hi dassana,
        I tried these rolls and they were amazing, whenever i got to bake this is the website i go to and thank you for explaining with pictures it helps a lot. I just have one request incase you have a vegetable puffs recipe please do share it?

        1. thanks for the positive review amritha. i do plan to add veg puffs. but for some reason, the puff pastry recipe has ditched me many times. every time i have a failure when i make puff pastries at home. so still trying 🙂

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